Dan Phillips



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The World-Tilting Gospel: E...

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God's Wisdom in Proverbs: H...

4.41 avg rating — 39 ratings — published 2011
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Studying the Shack: Reading...

4.18 avg rating — 11 ratings — published 2010
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Designs for a Healthy Home:...

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The Clear Vision Cure: Impr...

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Crushing It with Facebook A...

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Studying Cross Roads

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The Ultimate Guide to Parrots

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The EcoFriendly Home: Livin...

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“How does "Let go and let God" measure up against Scripture? Remember, the test isn't what sounds deep, what sounds holy, or even what makes sense to us. For the Christian, the test is Scripture.”
Dan Phillips, The World-Tilting Gospel: Embracing a Biblical Worldview & Hanging on Tight

“Don't call what isn't prophecy "prophecy." Don't say "the Lord told me" if you're not about to quote a Bible verse.”
Dan Phillips

“As I've often observed and remarked: the most gifted screenwriters can concoct believable monsters, deviants, heroes, regular-joes, atheists, agnostics, all sorts of characters. But the believable depiction of a full-orbed Christian character is simply beyond them. Evidently they have never known (much less understood nor liked) even one credible, practicing, Biblically-faithful Christian. It's the one color missing from their palate — as starved for ideas as they are.”
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